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Trump's Twitter fingers, protesters' resolve ensure NFL has zero chance of making anthem issue go away

Whichever poor soul in the NFL head offices is tasked with monitoring the Twitter feed of the President of the United States must have had a good Friday morning. 885 more words

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John Elway: Colin Kaepernick ‘Had His Chance’ To Be With Broncos, But Didn’t Take Contract

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — John Elway might find himself in the market for a veteran backup quarterback soon, yet there’s one man who won’t be getting a call:  723 more words

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John Elway wants you to believe he gave Colin Kaepernick a chance. Don't buy it.

While it may seem like John Elway dropped a bombshell on Thursday when he told the media Colin Kaepernick had turned down a contract offer from the team, the Broncos general manager wasn’t telling us anything we didn’t already know. 437 more words

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Colin Kaepernick gets vote of confidence from Jaguars star Jalen Ramsey

Colin Kaepernick hasn’t thrown a pass in an NFL game since 2016, but it’s difficult to argue that Kaepernick doesn’t have the talent necessary to make it in the NFL anymore, or that he’s being kept out of the league for any reason other than his dedication to social causes. 226 more words

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Nessa Diab Instagram: Best Photos & Must-See Photos

✨ @HOT97 #nessa3to7 #nessaonair 💄💁🏽‍♀️👁 = @marcisaucedonyc

A post shared by NESSA (@nessnitty) on Aug 1, 2018 at 1:03pm PDT

New York City radio host Nessa Diab, more commonly known as simply Nessa, leads the way on NYC’s top rated Hot 97 during the drive time shift.

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What is America?

By: S. Davis

Colin Kaepernick began his silent protest, sitting, on the bench for three games during preseason action before there was any uproar. Once noticed he respectfully declined interviews for weeks. 1,441 more words

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NFL Owners Need Listen to their Business Partners: The Players, Not Trump

Instead of pandering to President Donald Trump, it might be a good idea for NFL owners to pander to the group of people that they need to survive. 695 more words